4830 Azelia Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55429
Automation, Inc. will hold its annual Automation Technology Fair Thursday, October 4, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
This complimentary industry networking and educational event will feature live automation demonstrations, technology presentations and the latest information on automation trends. The Automation Technology Fair is held at Automation, Inc. in Minneapolis, MN.
- Video: Tech Fair Preview
- Blog Post: What to Expect 2018
- Recap and Photos from 2017
- Add to Your Calendar! (ics file)
Seminars 8:30 AM to 2:50 PM
The seminars feature some of the latest technology in automation! Each seminar is 50 minutes long and space is limited! Please select which seminars you would like to attend on the registration form. Seminars all typically fill before the Tech Fair. If a seminar is missing from the registration form, it has filled.
Expo 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
We convert the 'IPS Design Center' into our Expo Hall for the show. See live robot, vision, and pneumatic demonstrations. Talk to experts from leading electromechanical, motion, safety, and pneumatic manufacturers. Beverages will be provided for a 'Happy Hour' from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM.
Food & Prizes 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
There will be a raffle drawing at the end of the fair and a complimentary lunch by Famous Dave's BBQ will be served from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM.
Meet Virtual Engineer in the 'Parker Room' 9 AM - 1 PM (no appointment necessary): Information Here
|Modern Barcode Reading and Verification Technologies
Learn about Barcode Verification, Validation, Grading Standards, and more!
|Christian Eberhart, Cognex Sensor Engineer|
|Using IIoT Technologies to Eliminate Operations Blind Spots
How to apply IoT focused Edge Technologies to one of the strongest value propositions of the Industrial IoT, eliminating blind spots.
|Mike Fahrion, Advantech Chief Technology Officer|
|Laser Marking, Medical Devices
UDI initiative, high power laser marking, and pulsed lasers
|Jon DuCoin, Panasonic Sr. Strategic Accounts|
|Industrial Robots: Review of control architecture and programming options
Industrial robot controls and programming.
|Adrian Lovatt, Mitsubishi Electric Automation USA|
|Gauging and Other Advanced Machine Vision Applications
Lighting and lens considerations to solve and optimize your critical applications
|Alan Chen, Moritex|
|Mobile Robots for Intralogistics in a Lean Smart Factory Environment
Examples of successful implementation, safety, and more!
|Nic Temple, MiR Regional Sales Manager|
|A Proven Path to Successful EOAT Applications
How to identify, evaluate, and deliver a reliable End-of-Arm Tooling (EOAT) solution.
|John Pinchek, SAS Automation|
|Machine Vision Technology Update
The latest advances in Machine Vision: High Res Smart Cameras, 3D inspection, 2D profilers, and AI
|Billy Evers, Cognex|
|Introduction to Machine Safety
Introduction to machine safety, risk assessments, safe circuit design, and more!
|Nicholas J Styler, Schmersal Regional Sales Manager|
|Collaborative Robotics: A guide to successful implementation
Answering the question: "Can collaborative work for my business?"
|Josh Davis, Rethink Robotics Field Sales Engineer|
|Digital Transformation with InduSoft Web Studio: Software for IoT Edge, HMI, & SCADA solutions
InduSoft Web Studio is an easy-to-use complete solution for projects that range from IoT, HMI interfaces, and more.
|Fabio Terezinho, InduSoft P&L Leader|